Pros: breaks, social, independence, driving skills
Cons: unexpected shift switch, unpaid lunch, hot temperatures
A typical day at Eurest Services, started bright and early.
Step 1, Sign in,
Step 2. Prepare, working utilities,
Step 3, Get to work!
I learned and passed WHMIS course, how to drive a Zamboni machine, what to do if there's a factory fire, how to handle different cleaning, chemical substances and social skills.
The management was organized but employer – more... needed to help more and communicate better with employee's.
The hardest part working at Eurest was, driving the Zamboni machine, we had to watch for hot flash from magnesium machines, watch for pedestrians and make sure we didn't break the machine...
The most enjoyable part of this job, was earnings and meeting new people everyday. – less